Bangalore is considered to be one of the best cities in India, which is in the state of Karnataka. It is considered to be the Silicon Valley of India. But apart from its identity as Silicon Valley of India, this place is wonderful and inspiring to visit. Lots of tourist places, museums, galleries, palaces, temples, botanical gardens, as well as few more things you can explore in Bangalore. There are many tourist attractions. Here we look at five things to do in Bangalore.
1. BANGALORE PALACE.
The Bangalore palace is one of the most prominent landmarks. This was established in 1878 by Maharaja Chamarajendra wadiyar. The palace houses pristine Gothic style stained glass windows, Victorian-style furniture, carving, serene lawns as well as paintings from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. It is also a venue for various cultural shows and concerts.
2. ISKCON TEMPLE.
This is the best temple in Bangalore and is considered to be the largest ISKCON TEMPLE in the world. It has four towers connected to the other by a glazed glass canopy. Plus beautifully decorated ceilings.
3. LALBAGH BOTANICAL GARDEN.
This is amongst the best natural places in Bangalore and most visited by tourists. If you want to connect with nature, then this is the best place in Bangalore. It is having a wide range of plants from across the globe. The major attraction of this garden is, however, is the nineteenth-century glasshouse, built along the lines of London’s crystal palace.
4. NANDI HILLS.
This is the best spot in Bangalore for panoramic views of the city. The journey is challenging because of winding roads and sharp bends. When you reach you will see the spectacular view of the landscape. Also, the spectacular view of sunrise and sunset is unbeatable from Nandi hills. Also, best to see the temple atop the hills.
5. NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART.
Here you’ll get to enjoy the best artwork from the eighteenth century till date. There are regular film screenings here. This gallery is among the best art galleries having artwork of legendary artists like Rabindranath Tagore, Amrita Sher-Gil as well as Raja Ravi Varma.